Lydia C. Pendon

Bangon Iloilo Movement remembers Typhoon Frank

BANGON Iloilo Movement will commemorate the second year of Typhoon Frank's great devastation in Iloilo City with a simple program and food fest for flood victims at Jaro gymnasium on June 22.

Water firm workers slam privatization plan

THE Metro Iloilo Water District (MIWD) management and the more than 120 employees wanted the water district converted into a cooperative, instead of a plan for privatization.

Mayor-elect vows to make Iloilo 'investor-friendly'

ILOILO City Mayor-elect Jed Patrick Mabilog vowed Wednesday to make the city an investor-friendly place.

12 outstanding Ilonggos named Pinoy icons

TWELVE outstanding Ilonggos who have valuable contributions to their community were cited as Pinoy Icons in a fitting ceremony on Saturday.

AyalaLand assures more jobs for Ilonggos

AN OFFICIAL of AyalaLand vowed to provide more than 10,000 job opportunities in Iloilo once its techno hub project is completed at the riverside boardwalk of Barangay San Rafael in Mandurriao town.

Water district board hit

LOCAL Waterworks Utilities Administration (LWUA) chief Prospero Pichay blames the present members of the Metro Iloilo Water District (MIWD) board for the water shortage in Iloilo City.

Mabilog seeks solution to Iloilo's water crisis

INCOMING Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog seeks ways to solve the potable water crisis besetting Iloilo City's 180 barangays since the onset of the El Niño season.

Mayor-elect introduces new City Hall team

ILOILO City Mayor-elect Jed Patrick Mabilog will be bringing in young, new, and dynamic people to the team that will help him manage and administer the affairs of the City Government.

Council to declare city under state of calamity

ILOILO Mayor Jerry P. Treñas said the need to declare Iloilo City under a state of calamity is very urgent as potable water remains a very serious problem in the city.

Cops alerted for school opening

CLASSES are all set to open on June 15 where 52 public elementary schools and l3 public city high schools in Western Visayas are put under close surveillance by the policemen.